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The heat goes on — and so do the records. April 2016 showed record warmth, rounding out a full year of record-breaking monthly temperatures for the Earth.
Researchers knew California’s drought was a record-breaker when they set out to find its exact place in history, but they were surprised by what they discovered...
Trapping boats in ice and preventing waterfront industries from functioning; 2015's intense winter continues to wreak havoc across the Great Lakes and Northeast regions.
New research is showing that rising sea levels will sink Miami in the not-so-distant future. The question has become less about if, but when South Florida will sink.
At least several hundred boats were damaged when roofs at six marinas on Norris Lake in Tennessee collapsed over their slips as snow and ice coated sections of the state.
Despite being down graded from a Typhoon, Nuri could still set records when she hits Alaska and the Aleutians in the coming days as it brings high seas and gale-force winds to the upper Pacific Northwest.
The unofficial end of summer is delivering big surf on the U.S. East and West coasts as hurricanes Cristobal and Marie churn in the Atlantic and Pacific, throwing tremendous energy onto the shore.
The National Hurricane center is keeping an eye on Tropical Storm Bertha, which is currently located just east of the Lesser Antilles.